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Bryan C. Reed

Bio: Bryan Reed lives in Raleigh, where he nerds out about punk rock and comic books. He's written about music for INDY Week since 2008.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/BryanCReed

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Photo courtesy of the artists

Multidisciplinary artist Ian uses the Regional Justice Center to tell the story of his brother, Max, who is incarcerated. Read more

Features

These are a few of the major places and players who have kept the volume cranked up for years and are keeping the Triangle heavy now. Read more

Features

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Photo by Keans Llamera

Long embraced by a heavy metal scene in which it’s something of an awkward fit, Miami’s Torche bucks against staid notions of what metal or hard rock can be and represent. Read more

Features

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Photo by Ken Trousdell Photography

The Raleigh band featuring members of Crystal Spiders, Mega Colossus, Demon Eye, and Corrosion of Conformity recently released its debut album. Read more

Features

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Photo by Lindsay Metivier

On its long-awaited second album, the pedigreed Chapel Hill heavy rock trio harnesses the violence of oceans and earthquakes. Read more

Features

American Idylls is out from Sorry State Records on Friday, Mar. 8. Read more

Reviews

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Illustration by Steve Oliva

The titanic ensemble headlines Raleigh's PNC Arena on Monday. Read more

News

You can catch the band at Slim's Monday night. Read more

Reviews

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Photo by Kanon Madness

On Friday, the former Misfits guitarist stops in Raleigh at The Maywood. Read more

Features

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Illustration by Christopher Williams

You have three opportunities to catch unique live scores of horror movies in the Triangle leading up to Halloween. Read more

Features

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Photo by Dante Torrieri

It can feel as though we’re living in a realm of eternal decay, which is perhaps part of the reason why 2018 has been such a banner year for death metal. Read more

Reviews

Beginning from the album's first few seconds, the band declares its intent to subvert expectations at every turn. Read more

Reviews